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    A qualitative study to determine Kuwaiti Women's knowledge of breast cancer and barriers deterring attendance at mammography screening
    A. Marzouq Muhanna*, M.J. Floyd
    Cardiff University, Heath Park Campus, CF14 4ER, UK
    Article history:
    Received in revised form
    Available online 5 November 2018
    Breast cancer
    Breast cancer screening
    Introduction: Although a Mammography Screening Service (MSS) has been established in Kuwait since 2014, the attendance rate for eligible women is only 4.2% in comparison to 72.1% attendance in the United Kingdom (UK) mammography screening service. The aim of this study was to determine Kuwaiti women's knowledge of breast cancer (BC), their attitudes toward BCS and the reasons for not attending Mammography Screening (MS).